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Thursday 10/19/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




KANSAS CITY (5 - 1) at OAKLAND (2 - 4)
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Week 7 Thursday, 10/19/2017 8:25 PM
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KANSAS CITY - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-1+5.15-14-229.511.7387.0(6.7)
Road Games3-0+4.63-02-136.018.0432.7(7.2)0.323.711.3364.3(5.7)1.3
Last 3 Games2-1+0.52-12-128.011.0376.7(6)
Grass Games4-1+2.54-13-227.011.2357.0(6.3)
Division Games1-0+11-00-124.017.0311.0(6.8)
KANSAS CITY - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)29.511.721.331:2625-135(5.3)23-3272.9%252(7.9)57-387(6.7)(13.1)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.110.31929:4924-108(4.4)22-3563.1%228(6.6)59-336(5.7)(15.2)
Offense Road Games36.018.023.732:5929-167(5.8)24-3178.5%266(8.6)60-433(7.2)(12)
Defense (All Games)21.79.822.328:3427-131(4.8)18-3453.5%247(7.4)61-378(6.2)(17.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.24.713.621.331:1328-114(4.1)22-3562.9%254(7.2)63-368(5.8)(14.9)
Defense Road Games23.711.323.027:0128-124(4.4)17-3648.6%240(6.7)64-364(5.7)(15.4)
KANSAS CITY - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 12-538.7%1-050.0%2-38(20.9)1-13(11.3)6-51
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.50.71.2 13-642.0%1-060.9%1-27(19.4)18-2(9.2)7-60
Stats Against (Road Games) 13-434.2%1-033.3%3-55(20.5)2-23(13.8)7-58

OAKLAND - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games2-4-3.32-42-420.710.2278.3(5.3)
Home Games1-2-21-22-126.013.7309.7(5.9)1.022.313.7326.3(5.5)1.0
Last 3 Games0-3-40-31-214.39.0257.7(5.1)1.321.013.7335.3(5.4)0.3
Grass Games2-4-3.32-42-420.710.2278.3(5.3)
Division Games0-2-2.50-20-213.08.5264.0(5.2)1.516.58.5320.5(5.3)0.5
OAKLAND - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)20.710.215.227:3922-94(4.3)20-3065.4%185(6.1)52-278(5.3)(13.5)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.210.518.930:0128-116(4.2)20-3360.6%208(6.3)61-324(5.3)(14.5)
Offense Home Games26.013.717.028:2525-132(5.4)19-2867.9%177(6.3)53-310(5.9)(11.9)
Defense (All Games)21.012.518.532:2130-117(3.9)21-3169.0%233(7.6)60-350(5.8)(16.7)
Opponents Offensive Avg.2110.718.930:2827-115(4.2)21-3463.9%221(6.6)61-336(5.5)(16)
Defense Home Games22.313.718.731:3531-116(3.8)20-2970.1%210(7.2)60-326(5.5)(14.6)
OAKLAND - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.41.41.513-537.2%1-039.0%2-39(23.4)16-2(7.6)7-57
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-645.9%0-050.0%1-19(22.8)3-17(6.4)5-42
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.71.6 13-538.9%1-038.7%2-36(23)20-2(8.9)7-57
Stats Against (Home Games) 13-750.0%1-050.0%1-22(22.3)2-12(6)3-28
Average power rating of opponents played: KANSAS CITY 22.7,  OAKLAND 17.5
KANSAS CITY - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/7/2017@ NEW ENGLAND42-27W8W47.5O27-18528-35-352135-12416-36-2470
9/24/2017@ LA CHARGERS24-10W-2.5W47.5U25-18916-21-122026-10420-40-2263
10/8/2017@ HOUSTON42-34W-2W44.5O35-12729-37-323023-14416-31-2481
10/19/2017@ OAKLAND            
11/5/2017@ DALLAS            

OAKLAND - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/10/2017@ TENNESSEE26-16W3W50.5U29-10922-32-250021-9525-41-2550
9/17/2017NY JETS45-20W-14W43.5O27-18023-28-230025-12617-25-1452
9/24/2017@ WASHINGTON10-27L-3.5L53.5U13-3219-31-96334-11625-30-3562
10/1/2017@ DENVER10-16L3.5L44U15-2421-35-230132-14316-26-1550
10/15/2017LA CHARGERS16-17L-3L47.5U22-10921-30-165228-8025-36-2631
10/19/2017KANSAS CITY            
10/29/2017@ BUFFALO            
11/5/2017@ MIAMI            
KANSAS CITY: K.C.'s offense is too complicated for QB Alex Smith to lose his job to No. 10 overall draft pick QB Patrick Mahomes just yet. The pick indicates that the Chiefs want more production and splash plays from under center, whereas Smith has been a conservative game-manager. WR Tyreke Hill is nearly unstoppable as a moving chess piece, while TE Travis Kelce is a matchup nightmare and was the league's most prolific receiving tight end in 2016. No team created more turnovers than the Chiefs last season, and the All-Pro duo of S Eric Berry and CB Marcus Peters are scoring threats when on the field. Edge-rusher Justin Houston is healthy after two injury-plagued seasons, and has tallied an impressive 60 sacks in 69 career starts. Former first-rounder Dee Ford is coming into his own opposite Houston, while Tamba Hali gives K.C. a deep rotation of pass-rushers.
OAKLAND: QB Derek Carr was playing at a near-elite level before breaking his leg in December. WR Amari Cooper is a special talent who sometimes disappears in the face of press coverage, creating opportunities for veteran possession WR Michael Crabtree. Free agent TE Jared Cook will add another dimension to the passing game. Three years removed from his last productive season, RB Marshawn Lynch is an enigma, though he'll be running behind a stellar O-line. Defensive Player of the Year DE Khalil Mack is not only a lethal pass-rusher, but also an exceptional run-defender. He and OLB Bruce Irvin combined for 18 sacks and 11 forced fumbles last season, but Oakland got very little production from the rest of the front seven. The young secondary was problematic last season, though 2016 first-rounder S Karl Joseph showed promise and first-round draft pick CB Gareon Conley should contribute right away.
Raiders, Chiefs look to bounce back Thursday

NFL players are seldom excited to Thursday night, but the Kansas City Chiefs and the Oakland Raiders relish the opportunity to get back on the field this Thursday at the Oakland Coliseum after disappointing losses.

"Getting beat like we did on Sunday, it probably happened the right way to get the bad taste out of our mouth," Kansas City linebacker Derrick Johnson said.

The Chiefs (5-1) took its first defeat of the season Sunday, falling 19-13 to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Raiders (2-4) find themselves trying to dig out of a deeper hole after the Los Angeles Chargers kicked a game-winning field goal for 17-16 victory, sending coach Jack Del Rio's squad to its fourth straight defeat.

"We're excited about the next opportunity," Del Rio said. "We're just looking to bounce back and get a much-needed win."

While the Raiders' losing streak includes dropping the past two games at home, the Chiefs find themselves amid several streaks in the other direction. Kansas City owns wins in nine consecutive regular-season road games along with a 12-game winning streak against AFC West opponents. The Chiefs won each of their past five meetings with the Raiders.

"It's pretty impressive because it's a good division," Del Rio said of Kansas City's streaks. "But they've been rolling, they're playing excellent football."

Oakland quarterback Derek Carr puts the losing streak on his shoulders, acknowledging he hasn't played his best football.

"I need to play better for my team," Carr said. "I have no problem putting that on me and making sure that when I show up on Thursday night that I do my best in preparation to put my best foot forward."

Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith said the team realizes the stakes for this game. A bounce-back win over the Raiders this week coupled with a home win against the Denver Broncos (3-2) next week would give the Chiefs a commanding lead in the division and put them in the driver's seat for the AFC's top playoff seed at the season's midpoint.

"We understand where we're at, we understand what happened Sunday," Smith said. "I think a little bit you're flushing that. You realize what a big game this is -- on the road, short week, division game, Raiders. I think that's enough said. We've got to go full steam ahead, do whatever we can to get a win."

The short week, however, presents a different set of challenges. Del Rio knows from experience, having played in four Thursday games during his career as an NFL linebacker.

"You do the best you can," Del Rio said. "There are two ways to look at. It's a short week, that's the negative part of it. The positive part is you get a nice long weekend, kind of a mini-bye prior to your next ballgame."

Johnson said playing a division opponent makes the preparation a bit easier with only one day of on-the-field practice.

"It definitely helps," Johnson said. "It definitely helps playing in the division on a short week against the Raiders. They know us, we know them. It will be a knock-out, drag-out game. It will come down to the fourth quarter, of course."

Injuries play a factor during the quick turnaround, and both teams have players in doubt at key positions.

Chiefs wide receiver Albert Wilson did not practice Tuesday due to a sprained knee, putting him in danger of missing his second game in a row. Kansas City wide receiver Tyreek Hill, who left the Sunday game with a neck injury, appears ready to play Thursday night after practicing in full Tuesday.

Chiefs starting center Mitch Morse, out with a sprained foot since Week 2, and right guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, out the past two games with a sprained knee, remain limited in practice and may not return this week.

The Raiders share similar issues along the offensive line. Starting right tackle Marshall Newhouse did not practice Tuesday because of a foot injury. Vadal Alexander likely would start in his place if the injury keeps Newhouse out of the Thursday game. Starting right guard Gabe Jackson was also limited in practice with a foot injury.

While the mention of the Chiefs-Raiders rivalry normally evokes bad blood and hard feelings among fans and players alike, Del Rio and Chiefs coach Andy Reid see themselves as more friendly adversaries.

"I think we both honestly have a lot of respect for each other, our families know each other, known him for a long time," Del Rio said of Reid. "A lot of respect there. Obviously, we're both very competitive and look forward to the competition on Thursday night."

Last Updated: 10/18/2018 11:56:29 AM EST

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